LISP = Super-powered XML

I am fascinated by the programming language LISP, since it seems to me that it offers a better union of the concept of instructions and data. Experience shows us that the shape of data often expresses an obvious algorithm for processing it, but most languages don't try to take advantage of that. LISP does. This … Continue reading LISP = Super-powered XML

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A fast-moving introduction to advanced probability theory

Here is a link to a PDF doc I wrote a few years back:¬†My fast-moving introduction to Advanced Probability Theory. I was taught undergraduate probability theory by one of the best. Williams's book Probability with Martingales¬†is a popular introduction to advanced probability theory, and was the text I used to learn about the formal theoretical … Continue reading A fast-moving introduction to advanced probability theory